Causes of a Fractured or Dislocated JawA facial trauma is the primary cause of a fractured or dislocated jaw. The jawbone will extend from the chin to behind the ear. The most common types of injury that can cause fractures or dislocations in the jawbone are:
- physical assault in the face
- sports injuries
- vehicle accidents
- accidental falls in the home
- industrial or workplace accidents
Symptoms of a Fractured or Dislocated Jaw
- Speaking may be difficult.
- The jaw might appear abnormal by jutting out too much, as in an overbite
- The teeth don’t line up normally and your bite feels strange
- An abnormal bite prevents from closing mouth completely
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